Our new Faith Formation format includes a gathering time activity for all ages, followed by song and story, led by one of the pastors. Then preschoolers have more music, craft and game time while the elementary students have music with Children’s Music Director Melissa Burke and then an activity relating to the story that may be a game, art, scavenger hunt or other activity.
Pastor Betsy Hoium discusses intergenerational ministry, with all ages participating in Faith Formation, sharing in learning and teaching. Join Pastor Betsy Sunday, Nov. 25, at 9:40 a.m. for the Intergenerational Event during the regular Faith Formation time.
Rally Day means the return of Sunday School Sept. 16th, and a big celebration hosted by the Children’s Ministry where all ages will have fun after the second service, at indoor and outdoor activities, especially inflatables and a mobile Ninja Warrior obstacle course.
How do we actually go deep into God’s story? One place to start is to consider how we engage God’s story through scripture within our worship life. Our worship and education committees are going to begin using the Narrative Lectionary to help bring shape to our life together and help us deliver on our vision for building a church to love the world.
You’ve been hearing the phrase “faith formation” a lot lately. It has roots that run deep within the broader Church. Terms like “Christian education” and “spiritual development” feel too limited in describing what the church is called to do. Forming faith is something that is just as important for 70-year olds as it is for 7-year olds.
Prince of Peace has decided to partner with College Sitters to provide qualified personnel to provide care for our youngest members. We are excited to welcome these two new nursery attendants on Sunday mornings.